CYBERBULLYING AND INTERNET USE:
Helpful Strategies For Families
Recording date: November 5, 2019
Are you concerned about your child or youth’s online interactions? Do you wonder if your child is being bullied online or may be bullying others? This session for families explores these questions, as well as:
- Discusses the impacts of cyberbullying on young people
- Describes ways internet use may contribute to mental health issues
- Builds your confidence in handling cyberbullying situations that involve a child or youth in your care
Professional insights, up-to-date research and helpful resources are also shared.
- Danielle M. Law, PhD, Director, Child & Adolescent Research and Education (CARE) Lab, Wilfrid Laurier University, Brantford
- Van Vu, Clinical Therapist, Child and Adolescent Services
- Laurel Wyllie, Clinical Therapist Intern, Child and Adolescent Services
- MediaSmarts.ca - info for families, teachers, etc.
- AAP - Family Media Plan - online tools for creating a plan and calculating appropriate media time
- Parenting in a Digital Age: Understanding Kids and Technology - resource website for families
- MediaSmarts - sexting
- PREVnet.ca - Canada's authority on research and resources for bullying prevention